Los Angeles Times
Egypt Raids Offices of Nonprofits, 3 Backed by US
New York Times
CAIRO — Security forces shut down three American-financed democracy-building groups and as many as six other nonprofit organizations on Thursday, in a crackdown that signaled a new low in relations between Washington and Egypt's military rulers. ...
Egyptian Police Raid Offices of US Rights Groups
Egypt forces raid pro-democracy offices
Egypt police raid US-backed pro-democracy groups
The Daily Star
Egypt's Mubarak back in court as trial resumes
Nation Newsday > News > Nation Egypt's Mubarak back in court as trial resumes Originally published: December 28, 2011 3:04 AM Updated: December 28, 2011 10:58 AM By The Associated Press HAMZA HENDAWI (Associated Press) CAIRO - (AP) -- The trial of ...
Egypt expects tourism rebound in 2012, security key
Egypt court frees five police over protester deaths
Women say security violations and assaults won't hold them back
Egypt: A religious revival
Yet within nine months, the Brotherhood had reclaimed its status as Egypt's most powerful political force following decades of suppression. In the country's first free parliamentary elections, its newly created Freedom and Justice party won more than ...
Will Islamist Politicians Hamper Egyptian Tourism?
Egypt: 'The non-prohibited parliament'
Egypt Islamists Protect Churches on Xmas
The Guardian (blog)
Syria, Egypt and Middle East unrest - live updates
The Guardian (blog)
The offices of at least 17 NGOs in Egypt were raided by police and public prosecutors. The organisations targeted included the high-profile National Democratic Institute and the International Republican Institute. Observers said the raids were part of ...
Russia, Egypt urge Syria-AL cooperation
Arab League monitors on their way to Syria's Homs-Egypt TV
Summary - Syria: the challenge of the Arab League
Egypt Misses Bills Sale Goal, Yields Rise on Funding Strain
Egypt raised almost three quarters of the 6.5 billion Egyptian pounds ($1.1 billion) it sought at a treasury bills sale today and yields rose as banks faced funding constraints due to increased state borrowing. The government sold 2.757 billion pounds ...
Egypt: Al-Ganzouri - Nation Witnessed Cleanest and Best Elections in History
Ganzouri: Egypt bids farewell to era of ill-reputed constitutions
Egypt increases social insurance, pension plans
Egypt's prison shootings: Public outcry vs. government negligence
Egyptian policemen stand guard outside the Tora prison on April 15, 2011 soon after Alaa and Gamal Mubarak, sons of former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, were detained there. Tora was one of the sites where human rights groups allege fatal brutality ...
Egypt's security forces massacred prisoners during the revolution
Egypt's military rulers crack down on democracy groups
Christian Science Monitor
Egypt's military junta raided independent civil society groups today, including the United States' premier democracy promoters. By Dan Murphy, Staff writer / December 29, 2011 Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi (r.) the head of Egypt's ruling Supreme ...
The most bizarre Egyptian quotes of 2011
Experts in salvage bid amid ashes of Egypt's history
'They wanted to break us'
Egyptian security forces raid offices of US, other democracy groups
CAIRO — Egyptian authorities stormed the offices of three US democracy-building organizations and at least three other nonprofit groups Thursday in a dramatic escalation of a crackdown by the military-led government that could imperil its relations ...
Egypt military boosts security along Israeli border
By YAAKOV KATZ Due to growing terror threat in Sinai Egyptian military reinforces protective measures at hundreds of positions along border. Due to the growing terror threat in Sinai, the Egyptian military recently reinforced protective measures at the ...
Al-Qaeda's Newest Outpost
Netanyahu: We'll face any danger coming from Sinai with an iron fist
Egyptian Stocks: Maridive & Oil Services and Raya Holding
29 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt's benchmark EGX 30 Index advanced for the first time in four days, gaining 1 percent to 3622.35 at the 2:30 pm close in Cairo. The measure slumped 49 percent in 2011, making it the third-worst performing index among the 91 world ...